Evolution of polyploid triticum wheats under cultivation: the role of domestication, natural hybridization and allopolyploid speciation in their diversification.

@article{Matsuoka2011EvolutionOP,
  title={Evolution of polyploid triticum wheats under cultivation: the role of domestication, natural hybridization and allopolyploid speciation in their diversification.},
  author={Y. Matsuoka},
  journal={Plant \& cell physiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={
          750-64
        }
}
  • Y. Matsuoka
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Plant & cell physiology
The evolution of the polyploid Triticum wheats is distinctive in that domestication, natural hybridization and allopolyploid speciation have all had significant impacts on their diversification. In this review, I outline the phylogenetic relationships of cultivated wheats and their wild relatives and provide an overview of the recent progress and remaining issues in understanding the genetic and ecological factors that favored their evolution. An attempt is made to view the evolution of the… Expand
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